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Clutch Problems in 1993 dodge stealth

I have a 1993 dodge stealth es, and the clutch just goes straight to the floor and does not come back up unless i pull it up? i wondered if it was something to do w/ the hydrolics or what? It is cold out and has been sitting for almost 2 days now.

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It is probably your clutch master cylnder or perhaps the slave cylnder...but it is definetly one of the two, and its best to replace both at the same time.

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93 dodge stealth dies when the clutch is pressed


have you tried adjusting the cylinder? there is a screw to adjust it by underneath the clutch pedal, had the same problem in my stealth

Jan 07, 2012 | 1993 Dodge Stealth

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I have a 94 dodge stealth and when u press the clutch it just stays on the floor. I have replaced both the clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder but it has fixed the problem yet.


  • Okie dokie,,,they have a really hard bleed success rate.. you can do it by your self ...follow my steps...
  • make sure the pedal is off the floor in the up position
  • use the 10mm unscrew the bleeder screw on the slave cyl about 2 full revoloutions
  • pour fluid in the clutch res start to look down watch it come out the bleeder screw, wait a few seconds and tighten the screw.
  • keep filling the resevoir..it can be messy then put the top cap on the resvoir snug...
  • now you bleed, untighten the bleeder screw a 1/4 turn then go push on your clutch pedal, it if does not go down loosen another 1/4 turn...
  • if the pedal hits the floor>>>>tighten the bleeder screw first then pick-up the peadal...
  • make sure the resevoir is half full ....
  • okay loosen the bleeder screw 1/4 to 1/3 turn again, push the peadal to the floor... let it go all the way down.
  • then go tighten the bleeder screw , and pick up the pedal....
  • keep an eye on your resevoir ...
  • note if you ever remove the clutch cap to fill you must bleed the system..the cap does not hold pressure but it does provide a suction...!!!

May 21, 2010 | 1994 Dodge Stealth

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Need to bleed clutch to get peddle


try to vacuum bleed the system at the master most hand vacuum kit come with adapters to fit over the master reservoir otherwise the system may need a new master or you may have a leak

Sep 04, 2009 | 1994 Dodge Stealth

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I have a '91 stealth es. i need to know what distance should be from the clutch to the floor? Also i need to know how much free play the clutch should have. Mine has about an inch of free play.


thats ok as long as the clutch is operating well
as all this adjustment is to stop the thrust bearing from staying in contact & spinning all the time thus wearing it out prematurely!
if you feal you need to get it a liitle higher thats ok too so long as you have FREE PLAY1/8 to 1/4inch should be ok!
Cheers Rob

Jul 20, 2009 | 1993 Dodge Stealth

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Clutch goes to floor will not engage


Bleeding won't fix it,If it can be put in gear and car doesn't move your clutch is no good.

May 28, 2009 | 1994 Dodge Stealth

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I put a new clutch pressure plate and throw out bearing in my 1993 dodge stealth along with a new slave cylinder and itr wont disengage


Sounds like you may have some air in the clutch..Try and bleed the clutch a few times and see if that helps the problem..Hope this helps you and have great night....

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Apr 06, 2009 | 1993 Dodge Stealth

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Clutch goes to floor will not engage


The bleeder is located on the slave cylinder at the bell housing of the transmission. Follow the clutch pressure line down to the bell housing, and you will find the bleeder. To bleed the system properly, you will need to have someone push the clutch in, and hold it until you open the bleeder, and close it again. Repeat steps until you have a good solid clutch pedal. Make sure to not let the fluid level in the reservoir get too low as it can **** in air, and you have to start all over.

Mar 30, 2009 | 1994 Dodge Stealth

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